Man the Political Animal: On the Intrinsic Goodness of Political Community
Michael W. Hannon , Public Discourse
Our arguments for limited government should recognize political community as an intrinsic good, not mistake it for a merely instrumental one.
What is Social Justice?
J.J. Ziegler, Catholic World Report
The teachings of Vatican II, Paul VI, John Paul II, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church
Report: IRS denied tax-exempt status to pro-lifers on behalf of Planned Parenthood
Joel Gehrke, Washington Examiner
IRS officials refused to grant tax exempt status to two pro-life organizations because of their position on the abortion issue, according to a non-profit law firm, which said that one group was pressured not to protest a pro-choice organization that endorsed President Obama during the last election.
Four Ways Christians Live and Work In the Marketplace
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
The original theories of Adam Smith, which have often been misinterpreted, were based on the firm belief that business would work for the greater good of society. As a professor of ethics, Smith believed markets, by their origin, were about morality and doing the right thing.